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B2 TUESDAY. JUNE 2. 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule • BASEBALL 1;20 p.m.—Ma]or League Baseball, Florida at Chicago Cubs, WGN. 2:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, Long Beach Stale vs. Miami, Fla., ESPN, cable 38. 6:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, teams TBA, ESPN2, cable 39. 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Milwaukee, WTBS, cable 15. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Buffalo at Washington. ESPN, cable 38. TENNIS 8 a.m. — Tennis, French Open, USA, cable 30, Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB New York 38 13 .745 — Boston 32 22 .593 7Vi Toronto 28 28 .500 12V4 Baltimore 26 30 .464 14V4 Ta/npa Bay 25 30 .455 15 ; Central Division W L Pet. GB Cleveland 33 22 .600 — Minnesota 24 30 .444 8 <b Chicago 22 32 .407 10'A Detroit 21 31 .404 10% Kansas City 21 33 .389 11 >/i West Division W L Pet. GB Texas 33 22 .600 — Anaheim 28 26 .519 4'A Seattle 26 30 .464 7% Oakland 23 31 .426 9V4 Sunday's Games Chicago White Sox 8, Detroit 2 Cleveland 8, Toronto 3 Boston 13, N.Y.Yankees? Seattle 11, Tampa Bay 6 Texas 9, Baltimore 5 Kansas City 10, Oakland 4 Anaheim 6, Minnesota 5 Monday's Games Cleveland 2, Detroit 0 Boston 9, Toronto 5 Tampa Bay 4, Texas 1 Baltimore 10, Seattle 9 N.Y. Yankees 5, Chicago While Sox 4,10 innings Anaheim 6, Kansas City 3 Oakland 8, Minnesota 5 Tuesday's Games Oakland (Candiotti 4-5) at Minnesota (Serafini 0-0), 12:15 p.m. Seattle (Moyer 3-5) at Baltimore (Drabek 5-5), 2:05 p.m. Texas (Witt 4-3) at Tampa Bay (J.Johnson 22), 5:35 p.m. Cleveland (Burba 6-4) at Detroit (Thompson 3' 5), 6:05 p.m. Boston (Avery 1-1) at Toronto (Carpenter 1-1), 6:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Sirotka 6-4) al N.Y. Yankees (Wells 7-1 ),6:35 p.m. Anaheim (Washburn 0-0) at Kansas City (Haney 3-3), 6:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 40 18 .690 — New York 31 21 .596 6 Philadelphia 26 28 .481 12 Montreal 20 36 .357 19 Florida 17 39 .304 22 ' Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 33 22 .600 — Chicago 32 24 .571 1Vi Milwaukee 28 26 .519 414 SI. Louis 28 27 .509 5 Pittsburgh 27 30 .474 7 Cincinnati 27 31 .466 7% West Division W L Pet. GB San Diego 36 21 .632 — San Francisco 34 24 .586 2V4 Los Angeles 27 29 .482 814 Colorado 24 33 .421 12 Arizona 18 39 .316 18 Sunday's Games N.Y. Mets 8, Philadelphia 6 Pittsburgh 9, Montreal 4 Milwaukee 7, Rorida 6 Colorado 7, Houston 5 Cincinnati 6, Los Angeles 5 San Diego 7, St. Louis 3 San, Francisco 7, Arizona 4 Chicago Cubs 4, Atlanta 2 Monday's Games Pittsburgh 4, N.Y. Mels 3 Philadelphia 6, Montreal 2 Chicago Cubs 10, Florida 2 Atlanta 5, Milwaukee 2 Arizona 6, Colorado 4 Son Diego 3, St. Louis 2 San Francisco 16, Cincinnati 3 ". . Tuesday's Games Florida (Meadows 4-5) at Chicago Cubs (Clark 3-6), 1:20 p.m. N.:V: Mels (Yoshii 4-1) at Pittsburgh (Peters 03), 6:05 p.m. Montreal (Pavano 0-0) at Philadelphia (Schilling 5-5), 6:35 p.m. Atlanta (Martinez 1-2) at Milwaukee (Wagne 1-3); 7:05 p.m. Arizona (Anderson 2-6) at Colorado (Wright 4 5), 8105 p.m. St. Louis (Mercker 4-3) at Los Angeles (Dre'rfOrt 3-4), 9:05 p.m. Houston (Reynolds 5-3) at San Diego (Langston 1-0), 9:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Winchester 3-2) at San Francisco (Darwin 4-3), 9:05 p.m. Arrterican League ANGELS 6, ROYALS 3 ANAHEIM KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhbl Ersiadil 5121 Damon cf 5110 DvHInsSb 4000 Offrmn2b 4010 Shipley 3b 0100 HMrris dh 5020 Edmndcf 5001 JKing 1b 4111 Salmon dh 3121 Pndllon 3b 2000 NMniridh 1011 Palmer 3b 2000 Fielder 1b 5010 Conine II 4110 Mshorerf 3000 Dyerf 4011 GAndsn it 0000 MiSwy c 4010 Nevlric, 5120 FMrtnzss 1000 Bglirnn 2b 4 1 t 1 Button ph 1000 DSrcna ss 4140 Totals 39 613 5 Totals 36 3 t 2 Anaheim 000 021 003—6 Kansas City 000 111 000—3 E^rDvHollins (6), Olivares 2 (4), FMartine. (6).?OP—Anaheim 1, Kansas City 2. LOB— Anatttim 10, Kansas City 9. 2B—Nevin (4; Bautjtiman (1), DiSarcina (10), Conine (8 HR-^-Salmon (11), JKing (11). SB—Damo (10). S—FMartinez. ••» IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Olivares 7 7322 Hasegawa W.3-1 1 0000 PertivalS,15 1 1000 Kansas City Rosado 7 9331 Pichgrdo L.2-4 1 3321 Whisanant 0 0000 Service 1 1001 Pichardo pitched to 3 batters in the 9lh Whisananl pitched to 1 batter in the 9th. HBP—by Pichardo (Shipley). WP—Pichardo PB—iWiSweeney. Umpires—Home, Reed; First, Tschida; Sec ond'Denkinger, Third, Foster. 2. A—14,502 (40,625). .. ORIOLES 10, MARINERS 9 SEATTLE BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhb Cora"2b 3120 ByAdsncf 4 1 1 ARdigz ss 2200 EDavis rf 511 GifyOrcl 5221 Cartel* 420 Sega tb 4124 RPImr 1b 544 EMrlrtzdh 5233 RAImr2b 5 1 4 GHill.U 4010 Surhofflf 5 0 1 Amaral if 0000 CRpken 3b 402 Huson ph 0000 Hoiles c 411 RDayis 3b 5111 Wbslerc 000 Ducey rf 3000 Rboulet ss 400 DWilsn c 4000 Totals 35 911 9 Totals 4010141 Seattle 401 030 010— Baltimore 202 020 04.-1 E—RDavis 2 (14). DP—Baltimore 1. LOB— Seattle 7, Baltimore 8.2B—Griffey Jr (15), GH (13); RPalmeiro (13), Surholf (15). HR—Seg (10), EMartinez 2 (11), RDavis (10), ByAnde son J6), EDavis (9), RPalmeiro (13), RAkma (6). OS—Oucey (2). SF—Segui. IP H RER BB SO SfttUe Fassgro 4 8632 BWells 32-3 4330 FossasL.0-3 1-321 1 0 Baltimore Lewis 41-3 6 7 7 5 3 eMathews 2-321 101 llsW,1-2 3 21112 rosco 1-31 0001 BenitezS.8 2-30001 1 Fassero pitched to 3 batters in the 5lh. Umpires—Home, Clark; Rrst, Craft; Second, cKean; Third, Joyce. T-3:32. A—42,622 (48,262). YANKEES 5, WHITE SOX 4 10 innings HICAGO NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl rham 2b 4100 Knbfch 2b 3010 aruso ss 4121 DJeter ss 5000 FThms dh 4000 O'Neill d 4110 elle If 4111 BWIIms cf 4000 ntura 3b 4022 TMrtnz 1b 5132 rdero rl 4000 Raines dh 4100 orton 1b 4010 Curtis II 5122 meron cf 4110 Posada c 3111 reuter c 4000 Bush pr 0000 Girardi c 0000 Broslus 3b 4000 otals 36 4 7 4 Totals 37 S 8 5 hlcago 001 001 020 0—4 ew York 010 120 000 1—5 Two outs when winning run scored. E—Kreuter (3). LOB—Chicago 5, New York 9. B—Ventura (12), Cameron (3), Knoblauch 2). O'Neill (17), Curtis (6). HR—Belle (11), Martinez (7), Curtis (6), Posada (7). SB—Camo (5), Knoblauch 2 (15), Bush (2). CS— lameron (4). IP H RER BB SO Chicago yre 72-3 7 4 4 3 4 .archner L.1-2 2 11132 New York RMendoza 61-3 6 2 2 1 3 Slanlon 2-302210 MRivera 2 10003 Nelson W.3-2 1 00001 Stanton pitched to 2 baiters in the 8lh. HBP—by Stanton (Caruso). Umpires—Home, Meriwether; First, Evans; Second, McCoy; Third, Johnson. T—3:17. A—19,131(57,545). INDIANS 2, TIGERS 0 CLEVELAND DETROIT abrhbl abrhbl often cf 4000 Bartee cf 3000 Jnslon ss 4020 Tmbrln It 1000 ustice dh 3000 Randa 3b 4000 Thome 1b 4010 Hggnsn rf 3000 MRmrzrf 3221 ToClrkdh 4010 Whiten If 4011 LGnzlzlf 4000 SAImrc 3000 Easley2b 1000 'rymn3b 4000 CUnottotb 3010 DaBell2b 4010 Bakoc 3010 DCruz ss 3000 'otals 33 2 7 2 Totals 29 0 3 0 Cleveland 000 101 000—2 Detroit 000 000 000—0 E—Florie (1). DP—Cleveland 1, Detroit 1. LOB-Cleveland 8, Detroit 5.2B—Dunston (9), Thome (22), Catalanotto (3). 3B—MRamiraz 1). HR—MRamirez (10). CS—Dunston (2). IP H RER BB SO Cleveland IrWright W.4-3 9 30037 Detroit Florie L.3-1 52-3 5 2 2 3 2 Irow 1 10001 Runyan 2-31 0000 Brocail 12-300012 Umpires—Home, Scott; First, Phillips; Secand, Roe; Third, Merrill. T—2:27. A—18,230(46,945). DEVIL RAYS 4, RANGERS 1 TEXAS TAMPA BAY abrhbl ebrhbl 'Gdwin cf 2100 McCkn cf 3133 McLmr 2b 3000 Cairo 2b 4011 Ireer If 4030 Boggs 3b 3000 uGnlz rf 4001 BSmith 3b 0000 IrVCIark Ib 4000 McGrff 1b 4000 Rdrgz c 4000 MKelly If 4000 Stevens dh 4010 Srrento dh 3 1 1 0 r ss 3010 Ldsma ss 3000 Cedeno ss 0 0 0 0 DaMrtz rl 0000 Ralis 3b 2000 Winn rf 3120 Jicea 3b 1000 DiFlce c 3110 otals 31 1 5 1 Totals 30 4 B 4 exas 000 001 000—1 ampa Bay 000 030 01 x—4 DP—Texas 1, Tampa Bay 1. LOB—Texas 6, ampa Bay 4.2B—Greer 2 (7). HR—McCrack- n (4). S—McCracken. IP H RER BB SO Texas urkelt L.3-5 7 74406 inderson 2-310011 evine 1-300000 Tampa Bay Arroio W.8-3 7 41119 'an 2-300010 RHmdz S,11 11-31 0 0 0 1 Burkett pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. HBP—by Arrojo (TGoodwin). Umpires—Home, Brinkman; First, Cousins; Second, Welke; Third, Cederstrom. T—2:31. A—24,388(45,200). RED SOX 9, BLUE JAYS 5 BOSTON TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl DLewisd 4110 JoCruzd 5010 Jffrsondh 5 32 SGreenrt 5111 Bnjmin dh 000 Cnseco If 3100 Grcprr ss 512 Stewart If 0000 MVghn 1b 5 2 1 CDtgdo 1b 3224 O'Lrylf 5 1 0 Stanley dh 4000 JnVntm 3b 2210 TFmdz 2b 4030 Httberg c 3022 Sprgue 3b 3000 Merloni 2b 4000 KLBwn c 1100 jg rt 3120 Crespo ph 1000 Leyritz ph 1001 Dlsndro c 0000 Cmngs rt 1001 AGnzIz ss 3000 Totals 38 913 9 Totals 32 5 7 5 Boston 100 021 014—9 Toronto 004 000 010—5 E-WnValentin (8), KLBrown (2). DP—Boston 1, Toronto 1. LOB—Boston 10, Toronto 6.28— Jefferson 3 (11), O'Leary (12), Hatteberg 2 (8). HR—Garciaparra (6), CDelgado 2 (6). SB— DLewis (8), SGreen (11), Canseco 2 (16). CS— JoCruz (3), Canseco (4). S—AGonzalez. IP H RER BB SO Boston Wakefield 6 44442 CorsiW,2-0 2 31100 Gordon t 00002 Toronto Guzman 62-3 8 4 4 4 4 Plesac 2-31 1 121 Quantrill 2-300001 RaMyersL,2-t 1 44420 HBP—by Wakefield (Sprague). WP—Guzman. PB—Hatteberg. Umpires—Home, Kaiser; First, Bamett; Second, Kosc; Third, Morrison. T—2:54. A—27,372 (51,000). National League PIRATES 4, METS 3 NEW YORK PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl McRae cf 5000 Wmack 2b 3122 Gilkeytl 2000 AMrtinll 4021 Piazza c 4111 KYngtb 0000 Olerudtb 4000 Kendall c 4000 Baerga 2b 4130 MSmith 1b 3120 Alfonzo3b 3110 MaMtzlf 0000 Becker rl 3000 Alnswrtcf 4000 Huskey ph 1000 JGIIen rt 3011 ROrdz ss 4011 ARmrz 3b 3100 Mlicki p 1000 Plcvich ss 2100 LLopezph 1000 Schmdlp 3000 Wndell p 0000 Rincon p 0000 Talum ph 0001 Totals 32 3 6 3 Totals 29 4 7 4 New York 000 000 012—3 Pittsburgh 120 010 OOx—4 E—Allonzo (5), ROrdonez (4), Mlicki (1), Pol covich (9). LOB—New York 7, Pittsburgh 8 2B—Allonzo (9), ROrdonez (6). HR—Piazza (10), Womack (1). SB—MSmith (2). CS—Pol covich (1). S—Mlicki, Schmidt. SF—Tatum Womack, JGuillen. IP H RER BB SO New York Mlicki L.1-4 6 54336 Wendell 2 2000 Pittsburgh Schmidt W.8-1 B 63238 Rincon S,4 1 0000 Schmidt pitched to 2 batters in the 9th. HBP-by Mlicki (Polcovich). Umpires—Home, Marsh; First, Bonin; Second Hohn; Third, Hernandez. T—2:33. A—11,274 (47,972). Today's schedule TUESDAY, JUNE 2 BASEBALL Anaheim Angels at Kansas City Royals, 7:05 p.m. MONTREAL Sntnglolf Vidro 2b VGrero rf Fllmerlb McGIre 1b RWhite d Grdzlnss Widgerc Andres 3b Vzquez p Lvngst ph MMddxp PHILLIES 6, EXPOS 2 abrhbl 4010 5010 3020 4000 1000 3100 3110 4011 2000 1011 0000 PHILA Glnville cf Jlferiesll SHolenJb Brognatb Ltnhalc Abreurf MLewis2b Rlaford sa MiGcep Amarapti Gomes p 0000 KJrdan ph tbrhb 3110 4232 4113 4 1 1 2010 3000 3000 3110 1000 1000 0000 1000 MLeitrp 0000 otals 30 2 7 2 Totals 29 6 8 6 ontreal 010 100 000—2 hlladelphla 010 000 14X-6 DP—Montreal 2. LOB—Montreal 11, Philadel- >hia 1. 2B—VGuerrero (8), Grudzielanek (7), efferies (10). HR-^Jefteries (4), SRolen (11), rogna (9). SB-Grudzielanek 2 (8), Widger (2). S—Glanville (2). S—Vazquez. IP H RER BB SO Montreal azquez 7 52217 Maddux L.1-2 1 34411 Philadelphia IGrace 6 52261 omesW,4-1 2 10013 Leiter 1 10000 HBP—by MiGrace (VGuerrero), by MiGrace RWhite). WP—MMaddux. Umpires—Home, Davidson; First, Gorman; econd, Halllon; Third, Crawford. T—2:28. A—16,704(62,363). CUBS 10, MARLINS 2 LORIDA CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl nwdycf 4000 BBiwncI 5121 nleria ss 4010 Mmdni 2b 2211 otsayrt 4000 Sosarf 5225 nrqezp 0000 MaGcelb 4220 eile 3b 4111 HRdrgz If 4123 loydll 4110 Lowerycf 1010 Jcksnlb 4011 Blauserss 4000 Zaun c 3000 JHmdz 3b 3010 unsel!2b 2010 SMrtnzc 4220 mpstr p 0000 JeGnzIz p 2010 msbr p 1000 Mlhllnd p 1000 Lee ph 1000 p 0000 nglosi rt 0000 otals 31 2 5 2 Totals 35101410 lorlda 000 020 000— 2 Mcago 410 011 03x—10 DP—Florida 2, Chicago 1. LOB—Florida 4, Ihicago 8. 2B—Renteria (9), Floyd (17), Brown (10), HRodriguez (11), SMartinez (6). IR—Zeile (8). Sosa 2 (15), HRodriguez (12). S—JeGonzalez. IP H RER BB SO Rorida )empster L.0-1 11-34 5 5 3 3 'arensbourg 22-32 0 0 0 1 3 42212 Henriquez 1 43313 Chicago eGnzlzW,4-5 72-3 5 2 2 2 6 Mulholland 11-30 0 0 0 1 HBP—by Dempster (JHernandez). WP— lempster. Umpires—Home, Froemming; Rrst, Gregg; lecond, Vanoven Third, Hirschbeck, M.. T—2:21. A—25,538(38,884). BRAVES 5, BREWERS 2 ATLANTA MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl OGIIen ss 5 0 1 0 Vina 2b 4010 ckhrt2b 4011 Lorettass 4110 ChJnesSb 4121 CirilloSb 4000 ilrrgalb 5120 Bumitzrf 4112 <leskolf 3200 Nilssonlb 4000 GerWm If 1000 Jenkins If 1000 uckerrf 3020 Nwlieldlf 2010 .ddPrzc 4022 DJonesp 0000 Uonescf 4000 Mthenyc 3000 3Mddx p 4111 DrJksn cl 3000 Wodardp 1010 JsVnlin ph 1000 AReyes p 0000 Owenslf 1000 s 37 511 5 Totals 32 2 5 2 Atlanta 001 110 020—5 Milwaukee 000 000 002—2 E—ChJones (3), Woodard (1). DP—Milwau- ee 1. LOB—Atlanta 9, Milwaukee 3.2B—Lock- art (13). HR—ChJones (16), Burnitz (11). B—Vina (9). SF—Lockhart. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta lMadduxW,8-2 9 5 2 2 0 10 Milwaukee Yoodard L.3-3 5 63316 Reyes 2 32221 Jones 2 20001 AReyes pitched to 3 batters in the 6th. Umpires—Home, Davis; First, Bell; Second, leals; Third, Tata. T—2:26. A—21,873(53,192). DIAMONDBACKS 6, ROCKIES 4 ARIZONA COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl AFox2b 5220 NPerezss 4000 Slnkwc 2b 0000 CGdwm cl 4120 DWhite d 4012 Bchette If 4111 TLeelb 3110 LWIkerrt 4110 MWIms 3b 5121 Caslilla 3b 4123 Ollurall 4010 Helton 1b 3010 JBell ss 3000 JReed c 3000 KGrcia rt 4001 Bales 2b 4000 itinnelt c 4 1 1 1 Kile p 2000 AnBnes p 2110 Munoz p 0000 Olson p 0 0 0 0 Vn Wai ph 1000 Dejean p 0000 Totals 34 6 9 5 Totals 33 4 7 4 Arizona 003 100 011-6 Colorado • 100 000 003-4 E—Bichette (5), Bates (2). LOB—Arizona 11, Colorado 4. 2B—AFox (4), DWhite (15), TLee (10), LWalker (24). HR—Stinnett (5), Bichette ;6), Caslilla (20). CS-JBell (2), Caslilla (5). SF-OWhite, KGarcia. IP H RER BB SO Arizona AnBenesW,4-5 81-3 6 4 4 2 3 Olson S,7 2-310001 Colorado KileL,5-7 7 85572 Munoz 1 00001 DeJean 1 11000 Kile pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. HBP—by Kile (AnBenes). WP—Kile. Umpires—Home, West; Rrst, Kellogg; Second, Danley; Third, Quick. T—2:47. A-^18,020 (50,381). PADRES 3, CARDINALS 2 ST. LOUIS SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl Ganl II 4010 QVeras2b 4010 DeShds2b 4010 SFinleyd 3000 McGwMb 1000 Gwynn rf 4110 McGee rt 3010 Cminiti 3b 2010 BJrdan d 4000 GVghn If 4010 Gaetti 3b 4121 JoyneMb 4011 Pgnozzlc 4111 CHmdzc 3000 Clayton ss 4010 Gomez ss 4222 BRHnlrrf 2010 Hlchckp 3010 RLnkld d 1 0 0 0 Wall p 0000 Sltlmyr p 1000 Hffman p 0000 Mabry ph 1000 CKing p 0000 Total* 33 2 8 2 Totals 31 3 8 3 St. Louis 010 100 000—2 San Diego 010 110 OOx—3 DP—San Diego 1. LOB—St. Louis 5, San Diego 8.2B—Gwynn (14). HR—Gaetti (5), Pag nozzi (1), Gomez 2 (2). CS—Gaetti (1), Camini IP H RER BB SO St. Louis SttlmyrL,6-5 6 83337 CKing 2 00000 San Diego Hitchcock W.3-0 61-3 7 2 2 1 5 Wall 12-31 0 0 0 1 Hoffman S,16 1 00002 HBP-by CKing (CHernandez). WP—Wai Balk—Hitchcock. Umpires—Home, Rieker; First, Holbrook; Sec ond, Wendelsledt; Third, Layne. T—2:33. A—22,156(59,772). PADRES 3, CARDINALS 2 ST. LOUIS SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhb Gantlf 4010 QVeras2b 4010 DeShds2b 4010 SFinleyd 3000 McGwHb 1000 Gwynn rt 4110 McGee rt 3010 Cminiti 3b 2010 BJrdan d 4000 GVghn II 4010 Gaetti 3b 4121 JoyneMb 4011 Pgnozzi c 4111 CHmdz c 3000 Clayton ss 4010 Gomez ss 4222 BRHnlrrt 2010 Htchckp 3010 RLnkld d 1000 Wall p 0000 Sttimyrp 1000 Hflmanp 0000 Mabry ph 1000 CKing p 0000 Totals 33 2 8 2 Totals 31 3 8 3 St. Louis 010 100 000—2 San Diego 010 110 OOx—3 DP—San Diego 1. LOB—St. Louis 5, Sa Diego 8.2B-Gwynn (14). HR—Gaetti (5), Pag nozzi (1), Gomez 2 (2). CS—Gaetti (1), Camin IP H RER BB SO St. Loull Stllmyr L,6-5 6 8333 CKing 2 0000 San Diego Hitchcock W.3-0 61-3 7 2 2 1 5 Wall 12-3 1 0 0 0 oilman S,16 1 00002 HBP-by CKing (CHernandez). WP—Wall. alk—Hitchcock. Umpires—Home, Rieker; First, Holbrook; Sec- nd, Wendelsledl; Third, Layne. T—2:33. A—22,156 (59,772). Draft order NEW YORK (AP) — The order of selection for dajor League Baseball's amateur draft to be held une 24: I.Philadelphia 2. Oakland 3. Chicago Cubs 4. Kansas City 5. St. Louis 6. Minnesota 7. Cincinnati 8. Toronto 9. San Diego 10. Texas 11. Montreal 12. Boston 13. Milwaukee 14. Detroit 15. Pittsburgh 16. Chicago While Sox 17. Houston (from Colorado for Darryl Kile) 18. Anaheim 19. San Francisco (from Houston for Doug tenry) 20. Cleveland 21.NewYorkMets 22. Seattle 23. Los Angeles 24. New York Yankees 25. San Francisco 26. Baltimore 27. Florida 28. Colorado (from Atlanta for Andres Galarra- a) 29. San Francisco (Irom Tampa Bay for Robero Hernandez) 30. Kansas City (from Arizona for Jay Bell) Sandwich Picks Type A players 31. Kansas City (for Jay Bell, Arizona) 32. St. Louis (for Dennis Eckersley, Boston) 33. Montreal (for Damn Fletcher, Toronto) 34. Detroit (for Willie Blair, Arizona) 35. Chicago White Sox (for Dave Martinez, 'ampa Bay) 36. Colorado (for Andres Galarraga, Atlanta) 37. Houston (for Darryl Kile, Colorado) 38. San Francisco (for Roberto Hernandez, 'ampa Bay) 39. Baltimore (for Randy Myers, Toronto) 40. Colorado (for Wall Weiss, Atlanta) 41. San Francisco (for Wilson Alvarez, Tampa Bay) Extra selections (unsigned first round 1997 selections) 42. Philadelphia (for J.D. Drew, first-round pick) 43. New York Yankees (for Cariton Godwin, irst-round pick) Wranglers linescore EL PASO 3, WICHITA 1 Wichita 010000 000—1 62 El Paso 110 000 10X —3 8 2 WP - Dollar (3-6). LP - Maier (0-1). S - Rica- bal (10). 2B - W: Gonzalez; S: Harkrider. College World Series By The Associated Press At Rosenblatt Stadium Omaha, Neb, Friday, May 29 Arizona State 11, Florida State 10 Miami 3, Long Beach State 1 Saturday, May 30 LSU 12, Southern Cal 10 Mississippi Stale 14, Rorida 13 Sunday, May 31 Arizona State 9, Miami 2 Long Beach State 7, Florida State 4, Rorida it. eliminated Monday, June 1 Game 7 — LSU 10, Mississippi Stale 8 Game 8 — Southern Cal 12, Florida 10 (11 in- ings). Tuesday, June 2 Game 9 — Miami (51-11) vs. Long Beach State (42-22-1), 2:30 p.m. Game 10 — Mississippi State (42-22) vs. Southern California (45-17), 6:30 p.m. LSU 10, MISSISSIPPI ST. 8 Mlss.State 002 031 101— 8 14 0 LSU 040 220 02x—10 11 1 Jackson, Complon (5), Johnson (8) and Pation; Keisler, Bowe (6), Thompson (6) and Cresse. W—Keisler, 9-5. L—Jackson, 10-3. Sv—Thompson (1). HR—Miss. State, Lee (19). LSU, Higgins (15), Cresse (29), Eamhart (12), Davis (10), Barbier (9), Harris (9). USC 12, FLORIDA 10 (11) Southern Cal 02220110004—1219 1 Florida 301 000 130 02—10 17 1 Lane, Penney (3), Krawczyk (8) and Munson; Bond, Fogg (4), McClendon (10) and Ross. W— Krawczyk, 3-2. L—McClendon, 9-5. HRs— Southern Cal, Munson (15), Tlcehurst (15), Lane (11). Florida, Ellis (14), Smith (12), Catalanotto (13). Basketball tournament: Play begins on all courts «t 3 ».m. COT Court Central Felix Mantilla (15), Spain, vs. Thomas Muster, Austria Martina Hingis (1), Switzerland, vs. Venus Williams (8), Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Marcelo Rios (3), Chile, vs. Carlos Moya (12), Spain Iva Ma]oli, Croatia, and Todd Martin, Ponte Vora Beach, Fla., vs. Venus Williams, Palm Beach ardens, Fla., and Justin Gimelstob, Key Bis- .ayne, Fla. Court Suzanne Lenglen Patty Schnyder, Switzerland, vs. Arantxa anchezVicario(4), Spain Iva Majoli (10), Croatia, vs. Lindsay Davenport ), Newport Beach, Calif. Jana Novotna (3), Czech Republic, vs. Monica eles (6), Sarasota, Ra. Gustavo Kuerten and Fernando Mellgeni, razil, vs. Jonas Bjorkman, Sweden, and Patrick after (6), Australia Court 1 Rachel McQuillan and David Macpherson, uslralla (15), vs. Lori McNeil, United States, and oshua Eagle (11 I.Australia Patrick Galbraith, Seattle, and Brett Steven, ew Zealand (10), vs. Mark Knowles, Bahamas, nd Daniel Nestor, Canada Krislie Boogert, Netherlands, and Donald Johnon, Chapel Hill, N.C. (7), vs. Helena Sukova and yril Suk, Czech Republic (3) Ken Rosewall and Fred Stolle, Australia, vs. Hie astase, Romania, and Tom Okker, Netherlands Manuel Santana, Spain, and Stan Smith, Hilton ead Island, S.C., vs. John Newcombe and Tony oche, Australia NBA playoffs NBA FINALS (Best-of-7) Wednesday, June 3 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June S Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, June 7 Utah at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC) Wednesday, June 10 Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June 12 Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Sunday, June 14 Chicago at Utah, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Wednesday, June 17 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Worlds boxscores At Bremen, Germany WOMEN UNITED STATES 96, RUSSIA 60 RUSSIA (60) Routkovskaya 0-0 0-0 0, Baranova 4-103-612, Khudacova 1-51-2 3, Marilova 1-4 2-4 5, Antipo- va 0-4 M 0, Zassoulskaya 3-8 3-3 9, Stepanova 2-7 2-2 6, Nikonova 3-61-18, Abrosimova 2-4 22 6, Skopa4-71-210, Pshikova 0-41-21. Totals 20-5916-2460. UNITED STATES (96) Williams 4-6 1-1 9, Staley 1-30-02, Leslie 12182-4 26, Smith 3-104-411, McCray 7-91-315 Azzi 2-3 0-0 4, Milton 3-4 04) 6, Hoktsdaw 7-10 0-0 14, Wolters 2-8 OH) 4, Bollon 2-6 0-0 4 Campbell 0-2 1-21. Totals 43-79 9-14 96. Halftime—United States 52, Russia 30.3-poln goals—Russia 4-10 (Marilova 1-1, Baranova 1-1 Skopa 1-2, Nikonova 1-2, Pshikova 0-1, Khuda chova 0-1, Antipova 0-2), United Stales 1-4 (Smith 1-1, Staley 0-1, Bolton 0-2). Rebounds- Russia 28 (Baranova 5), United States 50 (Williams 8). Fouled out—None. Assists—Rus sia 8 (Nikonova 2), United States 21 (Staley, Azzi 5). Total fouls—Russia 22, United Slates 17 A—NA. Tennis French Open PARIS — Results Monday of lha French Open tennis championships at Roland Garros stadium Men Singles Fourth Round Filip Dewull, Belgium, del. Francisco Clave) Spain, 7-5,6-3,6-1. Alex Corretia (14), Spain, del. Jasoi Stotlenberg, Australia, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3. Hicham Arazi, Morocco, del. Alberto Be rasategui (16), Spain, 6-2,6-4,3-6,6-3. Cedric Pioline, France, del. Marat Safin, Rus sia, 7-5, 4-6,6-7 (5-7), 6-4,6-4. Women Singles Fourth Round Iva Majoli (10), Croatia, del. Conchila Marline (7), Spain, 7-6 (7-1), 6-7 (3-7), 6-3. Jana Novotna (3), Czech Republic, del. Anna Koumikova (13), Russia, 6-7 (2-7), 6-3,6-3. FEATURED MATCHES PARIS (AP) — Schedule of matches Tuesda on the showcourts of the French Open tenni Golf PGA statistics PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — PGA our statistical leaders through the Memorial oumament, which ended May 31: Scoring Leaders 1, Tom Watson, 69.56.2, David Duval, 69.65. , Tiger Woods, 69.69. 4, Fred Couples, 69.78. , John Huston, 69.91. 6, Jim Furyk, 69.94. 7, rnie Els, 70.00.8, Davis Love III, 70.03.9, Bob stes, 70.04.10, Bob Tway, 70.13. Driving Leaders 1, John Daly, 297.4.2, Tiger Woods, 295.6.3, tarrison Frazar, 290.6. 4, Fred Couples, 290.0. , Scott McCarron, 289.5.6, David Duval, 287.8. , Phil Mlckelson, 283.1. 8, Barry Cheesman, 82.9. 9, Kelly Gibson, 282.5.10, Steve Flasch, 82.3. Driving Accuracy 1, Larry Mize, 81.0%. 2, Jeff Maggert, 79.9%. , Fred Funk, 79.2%. 4, Scott Hoch, 78.5%. 5, >cott Gump, 77.9%. 6, Nick Price, 77.3%. 7, ustin Leonard, 77.2%. 8 (tie), CM Dennis and Esteban Toledo, 77.1%. 10, Hal Sutton, 76.8%. Greens In Regulation 1, Tom Lehman, 71.8%. 2, Steve Resch, 1.5%. 3, Steve Jones, 71.3%. 4, Duffy Waldorf, 0.4%. 5, Fred Couples, 70.3%. 6, Mark Calcavecchia, 69.9%. 7 (tie), John Huston and Paul 3tankowski, 69.5%. 9, Paul Azinger, 69.4%. 10, tied with Larry Mize, 69.3%. Putting Leaders 1, David Duval, 1.705. 2, John Huston, 1.712. I, Greg Kraft, 1.719.4 (tie), John Daly, Rick Fehr nd Stewart Cink, 1.721. 7, Mark O'Meara, .722.8, Bruce Uetzke, 1.723.9, Dave Stockton, r., 1.727.10, Steve Strieker, 1.729. Birdie Leaders 1, David Duval, 4.61.2, Fred Couples, 4.30.3, ohn Huston, 4.24.4, Tiger Woods, 4.17.5, Mark O'Meara, 4.11.6, Craig Stadler, 4.05.7, Stewart Cink, 4.00.8 (lie), Bruce Lietzke, Phil Mickelson ind Tom Watson, 3.94. Eagle Leaders 1, Davis Love III, 60.5. 2, Fred Couples, 70.4. I, Kenny Perry, 72.0. 4, Lee Janzen, 92.0. 5, ohn Huston, 99.0.6, Tim Herron, 104.0.7, Tiger Woods, 105.4. 8, David Duval, 110.3. 9, Steve Strieker, 112.5.10, Ben Bates, 117.0. Sand Saves 1, Tom Watson, 71.2%. 2, Esteban Toledo, 0.1%. 3, Tommy Armour III, 68.3%. 4, Len Mat- ace, 67.8%. 5, Kirk Triplet), 67.6%. 6, Billy May- air, 67.0%. 7, Willie Wood, 64.5%. 8, Paul Azinger, 64.3%. 9, Steve Strieker, 63.1%. 10, Dudley Hart, 63.0%. All Around 1, John Huston, 85. 2, Davis Love III, 210. 3, Iger Woods, 220. 4, Fred Couples, 227. 5, Javid Duval, 230.6, Tom Watson, 271.7, Slew- it Cink, 277. B, Lee Janzen, 285.9, Bob Estes, 86.10, Glen Day, 301. LPGA scores PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) — Rnal scores and money winnings Monday of the rain-delayed 1700,000 Wegmans Rochester International on he 6,162-yard, par-72 Locust Hill Country Club course: Rosie Jones, $105,000 74-69-64-72—279 Julilnkster, $65,165 71-68-74-68—281 Hollis Slacy, $47,553 74-67-71 -70—282 Meg Mallon, $30,527 71 -73-72-67—283 Moira Dunn, $30,527 67-72-73-71—283 Sherri Steinhauer, $30,527 74-71-66-72—283 Alicia Dibos, $20,782 71-74-68-71—284 Use Walters, $18,316 71-70-72-72—285 Nancy Ramsbttom, $14,271 73-74-71-68—286 Lone Kane, $14,271 73-71-71-71—286 Dottie Pepper, $14,271 73-71-69-73—286 Jenny LJdback, $14,271 71-71-70-74—286 Missie McGeorge, $11,283 74-69-71-73—287 Dale Eggeling, $11,283 72-71-69-75—287 Amy Read, $9,639 75-73-71 -69—288 Nancy Lopez, $9,639 76-70-71-71—288 Eva Dahllof, $9,639 71-69-74-74—288 Cristie Kerr, $7,942 73-75-70-71—289 Betsy King, $7,942 71-77-70-71—289 Rachel Hetherington, $7,942 76-71-70-72—289 Bath Daniel, $7,942 72-71 -74-72—289 Shelley Hamlin, $7,942 71-71-72-75—289 Joan Pitcock, $7,942 67-72-75-75—289 Sally Little, $6,633 74-71-72-73—290 Nancy Scranton, $6,633 72-72-71 -75-290 Dawn Coe-Jones, $6,633 68-73-74-75—290 Cindy Rgg-Currier, $5,893 73-73-73-72—291 Janice Gibson, $5,893 70-76-72-73—291 Caroline McMillan, $5,893 76-69-73-73—291 Brandie Burton, $5,893 68-71-78-74—291 Football Eight-man KANSAS B-MAN FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION ALL-STAR ROSTERS 1 p.m., June 6 at Belolt High Stadium WEST SQUAD Shawn Smith, Hanston; John Wiese, Sylvan Unified; Aaron Tassert, Spearville; Justin Bear ley, Kensington; Erik Moody, Protection; Phillip Knoebler, Spearville; Gabe Schlickau, Norwich Jake Fahrenbruch, Coldwaten Caleb White, Min neola; Jeremie Frazier, Haviland; Brad Shank Hanston; Cody Howland, Palm; Shad Mengan Tribune; Dustin Dibble, Kensington. Jamie Castandeda, Lewis; Brett Rolfs, Quivira Heights; Brett Hammond, Northern Valley; Tyson Clark, Attica; David Miller, Wilson; Zach Dechant Ransom; Darns Lewallen, Triplains; Josh Nel son, Little River; Reese Deewall, Coldwater Marie Najera, Satanta; Josh Boor, Sylvan Uni fled; Dustin Latham, Triplains; Mike Mueller Pratt-Skyline; Ryan Binford, Haviland. Head coach — Joe Hoover, Spearville. Assistant coaches — Randy Liebelt, Satan la; Jeff Blattner, Haviland; Scot Cure, Lewis. EAST SQUAD Mike Gotti, Tescotl; David Rziha, Centre; Nic Jefferson, Pike Valley; Cody McMahan, Hope Kody Thaxton, Crest; Seth Langston, Pike Val ley; Shane Ohlde, Linn; Andy Klocke, Blue Val ley-Randolph; Kyle Johnson, Burrton; Kyle Peters, Linn; Brad Rush, Dexter; Kent Jacobson Hope; Eric Detweiler, Axtell; Marcus Rndley Burrton. Kevin Steiner, Centre; Gavin Garman, Manka to; Just Barker, Crest; Adam Crank, Flinthiils Matt Nading, Chetopa; Aaron Albers, Midway Denton; Alex Stegall, Pretty Prairie; Shanno Uglow, Mankato; Brian Wagner, SL Paul; An drew Niewald, St. John's-Beloit; Kam Gaston Waconda East; Marcus Meeker, South Haven Jeremy Blanlon, Midway-Denton; Ben McKinely Axtell. Head coach — Curt Christians, St. John's-Be loit. Assistant coaches — Bud Peterson, Centre Jim Anderson, Tescott; Keith Kresin, Wacond East. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Beit-of-7) Saturday, May 23 Buffalo 2, Washington 0 Sunday, May 24 Detroit 2, Dallas 0 Monday, May 25 Washington 3, Buffalo 2, (ot) Tuesday, May 26 Dallas 3, Detroit 1 Thursday, May 28 Washington 4, Buffalo 3, (ot) Friday, May 29 Detroit 5, Dallas 3 Saturday, May 30 Washington 2, Buffalo 0, Washington leads sees 3-1 Sunday, May 31 Detroit 3, Dallas 2, Detroit leads series 3-1 Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo al Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Detroit at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m., if necessary ESPN) Friday, June 5 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ES- N) Saturday, June 6 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary ESPN) Sunday, June 7 Detroit at Dallas, 1:30 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Auto racing NASCAR leaders DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — The top 20 in the ASCAR Winston Cup points and money stand- igs through May 31: Points I, Jell Gordon, 1765. 2, Jeremy Mayfield, 718. 3, Rusty Wallace, 1673. 4, Mark Martin, 655. 5, Dale Jarrett, 1635. 6, Terry Labonte, 595. 7, Bobby Labonte, 1499. B, Jeff Burton, 427. 9, Ken Schrader, 1410. 10, Jimmy pencer, 1409. II, Bill Elliott, 1384.12, Michael Waltrip, 1373. 3, Dale Earnhardt, 1357.14, Emle Irvan, 1324. 5, Bobby Hamilton, 1285. 16, Ward Burton, 278/17, Brett Bodine, 1288. 18, Johnny Benson, 1262. 19, Ted Musgrave, 1231. 20, Chad Little, 1171. Money I, Dale Earnhardt, $1,596,780.2, Mark Martin, <1,570,970. 3, Bobby Labonte, $1,413,350. 4, eft Gordon, $1,309,140. 5, Rusty Wallace, 1,070,960. 6, Jeremy Maylield, $1,045,786. 7, Dale Jarrett, $983,220. 8, Ken Schrader, $830,916.9, Jimmy Spencer, $829,666.10, Ter- V Labonte, $820,285. I1, Jeff Burton, $811,400.12, Bobby Hamilton, 779,555.13, Bill Elliott, $717,660.14, Chad Lite, $684,716. 15, Emie Irvan, $678,095. 16, Michael Waltrip, $626,490. 17, John Andretti, $620,560. 18, Ted Musgrave, $604,856. 19, Ricky Rudd, $613,190. 20, Joe Nemechek, $609,706. Salina Speedway POINT STANDINGS IMCA MODIFIED 1. Darrick Klima, 216; 2. Dave Hardesty, 211; ). Brian Knoell, 207; 4. Tim Echevarria, 197; 5. )arwin Fergusson, 190. PRO STOCK 1. Dusty Kuntz, 230; 2. Kenny Fuller, 226; 3. lie) Daryl Fergusson & Dwight Housh, 221; 5. ohn Begnoche, 216. STRICTLY STOCK 1. Ronny Robins, 225; 2. Danny Morrison, 213; 3. Jeff Welsh, 199; 4. Tony Milholland, 197; 5. Jerome Thomas, 196. MINI STOCK 1. G.W. Fuller, 239; 2. Corey Lagroon, 229; 3. 3ary Utley, 202; 4. Jerry Hedberg, 193; 5. (tie) leremy Hedberg & Roy Rogers, 191. General Letters of intent BETHANY ATHLETE — Cedric Brown. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — South Oak Cliff High School, Dallas, Texas. SPORT —Football. POSITION —Tailback. STATS — Rushed for 889 yards on 103 carries last season. NOTES — Named all district and the district offensive player of the year. ATHLETE —James Askew. PREVIOUS SCHOOL—Forney High School, Forney, Texas. SPORT —Football. POSITION — Offensive tackle. NOTES — Named district lineman of the year. ATHLETE —Andrew Phillips. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Nimitz High School, Houston, Texas. SPORT —Football. POSITION — Placekicker. NOTES — Two-year letterman. ATHLETE — Troy Mendenhall. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Cheyenne Wells High School, Cheyenne Wells, Colo. SPORT —Football. POSITION —Tight end. NOTES — Named all-conference and defense and honorable mention all-state offense. ATHLETE — Jeremy Sheldon. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Centennial High School, Pueblo, Colo. SPORT —Football. POSITION — Linebacker. NOTES—Led team in tackles and named all- conference first team. ATHLETE — Morris Pools. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Belleville High School. SPORT —Football. POSITIONS — Tight end/defensive line. HGT-WGT-6-2,185. NOTES — Team captain last fall. Earned three football letters in high school. ATHLETE — Casey Lee Pelton. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Byers High School, Byers, Colo. SPORTS — Football/baseball. POSITION-Tight end. NOTES — Named all-state his junior and senior years. Played in 6-man all-state game last fall. ATHLETE —ZakHoyer. PREVIOUS SCHOOL '— Mustang High School, Mustang, Okla. SPORTS — Football/baseball. POSITION — Tight end/linebacker. NOTES — All-city, all-district. Played in the Jim Thorpe All-Star Game. ATHLETE —Nicholas Biggs. PREVIOUS SCHOOL - Lincoln High School. SPORTS — Football/baseball. POSITIONS — Wide receiver/outfielder. NOTES — Named to the Journal's Class 2-1A all-Area first team as a wide receiver. ATHLETE — Gabe Griftitts. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Oskaloosa High School. SPORT —Football. POSITION — Linebacker/center. NOTES — Four-year letterman. Honorable mention all-conference. Earned four letters each in football and baseball. FORT HAYS STATE ATHLETE — Taylor Trogstad. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Trego Community High School. SPORT—Golf. NOTES — Qualilied for Class 3A state lour times, placing in the top 20 each year. Finished 12th this year with an 83. Finished in lop six four times in Mid-Continent League tournament. BARTON COUNTY C.C. ATHLETE — Ryan Walkins. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Burke High School, Boston, Mass. SPORT — Basketball. POSITION — Guard. HEIGHT —6-0. STATS — Led the city of Boston in scoring a 34-point average. Also aveaged five assists. NOTES — Named first team all-city and all- state. Plays for Boston Amateur Basketball Club, one of the country's top AAU teams. ATHLETE — Lamont Roland. PREVIOUS SCHOOL — Ball State University SPORT — Basketball. POSITION — Forward. HEIGHT-WEIGHT — 6-4,210 pounds. STATS — Second-leading scorer at Ball Slate. Averaged 12.1 points. Played In 19 games, starting seven. Scored in double figures 11 times, with a season-best 28 against Ohio. Shot 45 percent from, the field, 72 percent from the line. NOTES — Named Ball Slate's Newcomer of the Year. Rnished fourth in the voting for Mr. Basketball in Indiana in 1996. Averaged 21.6 points and 7.6 rebounds at New Albany High School. SPORTS DIGEST Woods withdraws from Kemper with sore back By The Associated Press With the U.S. Open just two weeks away, Tiger Woods withdrew Monday from the Kemper Open with a sore back and flew to Las Vegas for treatment. "His physical therapist advised him that with the U.S. Open coming up he could aggravate the condition by playing this week and suggested he come to Las Vegas for treatment," said Bev Norwood, a spokesman for Woods with International Management Group. Las Vegas is also where Woods' coach, Butch, Harmon, is based. Woods played last week at the Memorial Tournament in Dublin, Ohio, finishing 51st. He flew home to Orlando, Fla., Sunday night. "This is a precautionary measure to ensure that he is ready and able to play in the U.S. Open," Norwood said. Basketball NEW YORK — The possibility of it being Michael Jordan's final game brought NBC the highest television rating in NBA history for a game not in the finals. Sunday's Game 7 of the , . Bulls-Pacers series got a 20.7 overnight rating. (A/ ratings point represents 980,000 households.) That number is expected to fall slightly below 19 when the national ratings are released Tuesday, but should easily top the 16.3 for Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals between New York and Boston in 1973. Cycling ASIAGO, Italy — After a long breakaway from the main pack, Fabiano Fontanelli edged Paolo Bettini and Mario Scirea at the finish of the Tour of Italy's 16th stage Monday. That trio of Italians finished seven seconds ahead of a group of chasing riders and nearly 12 minutes ahead of the top contenders. But Fontanelli was in 77th place before the stage and not a threat to the favorites for the overall title. Football SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Jerry Rice made only a brief appearance on the first day of the San Francisco 49ers' mini-camp Monday, but it was enough for 49ers coach Steve Mariucci to speak optimistically about his wide receiver. "He's making good progress," Mariucci said. "He's right on schedule and will be ready to go when training camp opens in July." Rice, who holds 13 NFL records, including the all-time mark for touchdowns scored, left camp without speaking to reporters. Golf ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Rosie Jones has spent 16 , years on the LPGA tour, and she is not about to get blase about winning. "I cherish every win — you wouldn't believe it," she said Monday after capturing the rain-delayed Rochester International by two strokes over Juli Inkster. "I don't get to win as much as the really great players," she added. "I have a lot of good tournaments but I don't win as much as I'd like." Picking up on the back nine after thunderstorms forced the suspension of the final round Sunday, Jones regrouped after bogeys on the 14th and 15th holes to complete an even-par round and finish at 9-under 279. MOUNTAIN GROVE, Mo. — If he could ever get the extra money together, Hurse Smith said recently, he might buy himself a new pickup truck. On Friday, he took home a new Chevrolet Silverado worth $29,000, and it didn't cost him a dime. All the 85-year-old golfer had to do was make a hole in one during the Mountain Grove Christian Academy's annual fund-raising golf tournament. It was the third ace of his life and by far the most rewarding. Pastor Gary Fry, a member of the private school's board of directors, was watching as Smith hit his drive on the- 153-yard 13th hole, a par-3. "It hit short and ... it looked like it wasn't going to make it," Fry re- , called. "Then it rolled right up to the hole and fell in. It looked just like what you see on TV." Swimming HAVANA — After a swim through shark-infested waters that lasted two nights and a day, marathon swimmer Susie Maroney stepped ashore Monday with nothing worse than a swollen throat. Her 128-mile epic from Mexico to Cuba set a new world record in unassisted ocean swimming. To keep off the sharks and the larger jellyfish, the 23-year-old Australian swimmer swam in a cage towed behind a boat. Inside she had to wear a lycra skin suit to protect her from tiny stinging jellyfish, which can cause painful skin rashes. Track and field HENGELO, Netherlands — Haile Gebrselassie cut five seconds off the world record for 10,000 meters on Monday with a clocking of 26 minutes, 22.7 seconds, highlighting the Adriaan Paulen Memorial track meet. Gebreselassie ran the last nine laps with only lapped runners for company after the last of the five Ethiopian countrymen he brought with him to set the pace dropped out. Gebreselassie shattered the mark of 26:27.85 set by Kenyan Paul Tergat in Brussels on August 27. 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